Visiting Assistant Professor of Music
Andrew Seager Cole is a composer and media artist. His work explores the intersection of eco-acoustics, noise, and technology, and he regularly collaborates with artists, filmmakers, and choreographers. Andrew's music has been presented at festivals such as June in Buffalo, SoundSCAPE, SEAMUS, and the International Computer Music Conference. His compositions have been recorded on the OCD Media, Vox Novus, and Music from SEAMUS CD Series labels. Awards include a 2013 Fulbright Fellowship to New Zealand, a Lilburn Trust Student Composition Award, First place in the 2008 National Association of Composers USA Young Composer's Competition, the 2006 Prix d'Ete Competition, and the Robert Hall Lewis and Otto Ortman Awards. Andrew holds degrees from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Peabody Conservatory, and Goucher College, and a graduate diploma in music from the New Zealand School of Music.
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